Publishers face pressure to make sure ads are being seen by humans as agencies push new viewability standards.
The E.W.Scripps Company plans to spin off its newspapers into a separate company run by the Journal Media Group.
Phillips Media Group, LLC will aquire the Arkansas and Missouri newspapers and Missouri and Oklahoma commercial printing operations of Community Publishers, Inc. (CPI) of Bentonville, AR.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger told Bloomberg recently that he believes we need international standards on freedom of the press.
Maverick supermarket mogul John Catsimatidis is the mystery suitor trying to buy the embattled Daily News from Mort Zuckerman, The Post has learned.
Within local media circles, the dominance of digital is often publicly professed but privately qualified. The traditional businesses — print, radio and TV — have still, for many years, been generating the majority of revenue, leaving some executives to drag their feet.
Here’s how four publishers are marrying native and the news.
A little over a month ago, Carl C. Icahn seemed poised for a fight at the Gannett Company. Now, the veteran activist investor is backing down.
The change hopes to attract a more widespread readership.
Plans to sell The Boston Globe’s 16.5-acre headquarters site in Dorchester stalled when one of the proposed buyer’s financiers withdrew from the project.
The Financial Times is ditching the metered charging model it pioneered and switching to an approach that will require users to pay to access most of the newspaper’s content online.
YouTube is planning to launch a paid subscription video service later this year.
The Wall Street Journal is the first international news organization to offer a global subscriber loyalty program.